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Mid-sized minimalist open concept dark wood floor living room photo in Los Angeles with white walls

GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Mandeville Canyon ResidenceModern Living Room, Los Angeles

Large telescoping doors disappear to connect the living room to the terrain beyond creating an open corner.

Mid-sized minimalist open concept dark wood floor living room photo in Los Angeles with white walls —  Houzz
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Rob wrote:Sep 17, 2014
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    On aground floor slab where you want flush connection to a terrace, what details are acceptable for termite proofing?


karenbrunedds wrote:Jun 24, 2013
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    what is this floor ?? Dark wood
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Summer Hunt wrote:Mar 17, 2012
sallyst wrote:Feb 27, 2012
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    Thanks! I am going from very dark to white and it takes getting used to!
  • Mahesh Kumbhani
    good concept
shiritw wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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Jessica Hickey wrote:Dec 4, 2012
ajland wrote:May 21, 2012

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ericreinholdt
Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to Design Workshop: The Lowdown on Colossal DoorsFeb 3, 2014

2. Opening SizeWith some manufacturers offering lift and slide configurations exceeding 50 feet in width and 12 feet in height, the opportunities for connecting a living room to the great outdoors are virtually limitless. There are some physical limitations, however, as you can imagine; the opening size is governed by structural constraints.

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Find the Right Glass Door for Your PatioJul 28, 2013

A lift/slide door can have a single track that each panel uses until the panels reach the sides, where multiple tracks will start. For the most part, the track is inconspicuous, while the panels neatly fold up and disappear into an adjacent wall. It's a truly wondrous way to have the largest opening possible.Cost. Expect to pay a few thousands to several thousand dollars depending on size, materials, configuration, etc. While this type of door is more costly than a standard two-panel sliding glass door, the ability to get a really large wall of glass may be worth it. Plan on budgeting into five figures.

johnhill
John Hill added this to Tracing the Deep Roots of DesignJul 27, 2012

This house, on the other hand, opens up to an expansive horizontal view of Mandeville Canyon east of San Francisco. Still, the view is broken up by columns that alternate with trees in the foreground. The sheltering aspect of the view is very strong, as the living room extends to a covered porch.

sam70
Samantha Schoech added this to Open Walls Widen Home PossibilitiesMay 30, 2012

What is there to say about a room with two open walls overlooking rolling green hills except, "Sigh."

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I. I. added this to I.'s ideasMay 4, 2019

this could be a pic from Nicaragua. love glass walls that open to outside

mimi_castaldi
Mimi Castaldi added this to Castaldi FloridaApr 7, 2019

telescoping doors for back (family room to screened porch

tonyf
Tony added this to 37 ExteriorMar 24, 2019

Could only work if we moved public pod forward

stucker
stucker added this to WindowsMar 19, 2019

But High Falls doesn't have this kind of view? How to plant / enhance the rocky hill?

angelmarie25
angelmarie25 added this to pianoFeb 23, 2019

mettre le piano ici à droite à côté de la causeuse

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